jvc av28x25 Vs. sony kv28ls60

Discussion in 'General TV Discussions Forum' started by sorridsky, Nov 6, 2002.

  1. sorridsky

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    Im shopping for a new TV, unfortuneatly, none of my local stores have either to view for myself,
    so I'm seeking advice on which one is better.

    I am actually shopping for a whole new system, I dont have any current equipment,
    but as far as searching the forums the above TV's seem well recived as do my DVD and VHS choice:
    Sony DVD-ns405
    Panasonic NV-pj630

    and i will then take a scart to phono into my stereo from the TV.
    sadly not surround sound but at least its a better stereo image, and a bit more bass!

    is this a good set up to buy, or can you recomend better?
    budget for the lot is £1000ish.

    thankyou for any advice you can offer!
     
  2. pclarke

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    Hi,

    I have just purchased the JVC TV as it offers in my opinion a superior picture, especially with DVD. I had a close look at the sony but found geometry to be crap. Also, what the hell is the sony stand all about. I would rather sit it on the box it was delivered in.

    The 28" JVC was recently reviewed by home cinema choice a revieved an award for picture quality.The sound is not the best but if you are getting the surroud sound thing anyway, no need to worry.

    Hope this helps (you get 3 free DVDs with the JVC at the moment too).
     
  3. weyland-yutani

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    i think the sony stand is great. its solid and practacal and looks smoooove:p :D
     
  4. sorridsky

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    thankyou for the opinion,
    does anyone else have one?

    can anyone help me out, i want to get the best home cinema package i can for £1000.
    i know its not alot, but sadly its all i can afford.

    i appreciate any advice,
    thanks again
     

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